“The expectation is it will drop a further 15% by 2030…”
Welcome to episode 108 of The PE Umbrella Podcast, the only Primary and Elementary PE podcast in the world as we talk ALL things PhysEd.
After a lovely Summer break, I am delighted to start the wheels of the podcast turning again, particularly as we build up to the beginning of a new school year here in the UK. With that in mind, this weeks episode provides you with some actionable content that you can implement in your school as soon as you return to help make a big difference. Whether you’re a PE teacher or Primary classroom teacher, this one’s for you.
On this episode, I am joined by Assistant Producer for BBC learning, Michael Farnell as I seek to unpick and discuss the joint initiative between the BBC and Premier League, Super Movers. A resource that can be accessed for free in and classroom, Super Movers seeks to provide extra valuable minutes of movement throughout the school day for children who are becoming ever more sedentary in the modern world. Linked to other subjects across the curriculum, it provides a way to add an extra dimension of activity and fun to the way your children learn in the classroom. Oh, and did I already mention it is FREE!
Below are some timestamps to key questions discussed during this episode…
What is Super Movers? [05:01]
What content can we access with Super Movers? [11:17]
Are there any success stories from using Super Movers? [32:16]
Website – SUPER MOVERS!
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